Blog Tour Spotlight: Remember the Butterfly, Rebecca L. Marsh

Remember the Butterly
Rebecca L. Marsh

Women’s Fiction
Publication: February 10, 2022

About the Book

What if you had to give up what you treasured most?

Something unexpected changes the course of Jillian’s life.

After witnessing her sister’s murder, she’s been tormented by survivor’s guilt. Her desperate longing for a child compounds her grief, while endless fertility treatments weigh down her soul.
Just when hope seems beyond her grasp, her dream of motherhood comes true. All Jillian’s pain is washed away and joy fills her heart.

But when someone shows up threatening to take it all away, Jillian must choose between holding on to her newfound happiness or giving it all up for the sake of someone she loves.

Remember the Butterfly is a heartfelt and emotional story about love and sacrifice that will take you on an emotional journey.

Book Links

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About the Author

Rebecca L. Marsh is an award winning author of women’s fiction and a member of the Paulding County Writer’s Guild. She grew up in the mountains of Western North Carolina and now lives in Dallas, Georgia with her husband and daughter.

When not writing, she enjoys spending time with her family (cats and dog included), watching movies, and reading a good book. Rebecca occasionally makes homemade candy and works on her scrapbooks (she is woefully behind).

Rebecca is the author of four novels, When the Storm Ends, The Rift Between Us, Where Hope is Found, and Remember the Butterfly.

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